What Are Money Saving Aspects of Water Heater?
Your water heater gets quite a workout. Based on manufacturer’s suggested life span, a water heater should last about 8 to 10 years. The efficiency of a water heater starts to degrade from the day it is installed based on the amount of use, condition of your water, quality of installation and the level of maintenance your unit has received. If your water heater falls within this age, leaks around the bottom, or works erratically or not at all, it’s probably time to consider replacement.
How Do You Know When its Time to Fix or Replace a Water Heater?
There are some parts of a water heater than can be repaired or replaced. However, if your water heater is 8 years or older, it is normally a better investment to put your money towards a new water heater versus repairs at that age. If the water heater tank is leaking then it is unrepairable and in need of replacement. We repair and replace all brands of water heaters.
It’s going to be a BRUTALLY COLD winter. Replace your water heater now and save.